Identity theft is scary and can happen to anyone young or old. The problem is constantly growing larger and more destructive.
Online PR News – 12-July-2011 – – Identity theft is scary and can happen to anyone young or old. The problem is constantly growing larger and more destructive. Savvy thieves constantly evolve their techniques to the changing environment and efforts of law enforcement. Consumers are powerless to do anything before it's too late. Identity theft is the fastest-growing financial crime in the world.
This is why http://howsafeareyou.org was launched. Site founder Michael Roberts says, "We want to educate people on the actions that they must take to safeguard their identity, credit and privacy. The free site provides information on identity theft, credit, privacy and the safeguards one must put in place to be protected".
"This site" says Roberts "outlines the crucial steps a person must take to protect themselves for identity thieves. When you have access to the right strategies you can protect yourself from identity thieves and fraud before they can harm you".
Http://howsafeareyou.org provides consumers with informative and helpful information to secure their identity and protect themselves from fraud.
This site offers visitors a 378 page manual called "Identity Theft Handbook" as a free instant download. This book will guide you through a thorough process to protect and secure your identity.
According to the author Martin T. Biegelman, CFE, CCEP "This is the book that I have always wanted to write. In fact, I have been preparing for it for 30 years, since my early days investigating mail theft and credit card fraud. ‘‘Identity theft’’ was not even a term then. That would come in the 1990s. The crime had many names, but it was always the same. Identity theft was and is an evil with a life of its own. It has grown from just an American problem into a worldwide epidemic that shows no signs of ending".
To learn more about how to protect your yourself and download the handbook visit the following page on the site: